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Packaging lots of different size sandwiches and cakes.

February 22, 2013 - 12:50pm -- craighodgeo

I have 10-15 products, all different shapes and sizes. I supply my sandwiches, cakes etc to shops and i wrap all these on a L sealer. It takes a long time and the seal is not air tight? Is there a small step up from a l sealing? There are flow wrappers but they are a big step up. I found one machine called a flexwrap from www.fda-packaging.com which can handle all my products but its still a type of flow wrapper and its to big for me at this time. Help me please! Any proffesional bakers know of any cheap flexible machines out there??

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Advice on Shipping

June 10, 2012 - 3:49pm -- mizmaven
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Hello all,

I have been lurking on here for months and so appreciate all of the fabulous information you talented folks are so willing to share.

I am new to the world of Artisan breads but I think I am becoming pretty good at it.

I have recently started selling at 2 local Farmers Markets and have done the obligatory Facebook business page and website.

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Robert Utarid

I am looking out for innovative packaging solutions for Bread...Could someone help me with this...

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Packaging bread

July 15, 2008 - 10:53pm -- quattle

Im looking for some new ways to package my organic bread. We are currently using modified atmosphere packaging in a boring and unappealing looking plastic, sealed bag. I was wondering if anyone knew of some new ideas of technology to keep our bread fresh, but look better on the shelf without preservatives. Thanks

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